Five tips to build it — in a way that’s authentic to you.
Some conversations invigorate – others exasperate. The difference is aspiration, values, and talent. Years ago, the Republican Committee* asked, “If we put you forward for this elected office, what will you do for… Continue reading →
THERE was a time when it made sense to have a group that thought about the work and another group that performed the work. A manufacturing environment lends itself to this kind of structure. The thinkers and the doers. It was the most efficient way to…
Stop asking people stupid questions like: How are you? How are you doing? How are you feeling? You already know how people are doing. The future feels like mushy spaghetti. Answers to, “How… Continue reading →
A loaf of bread should be short, much shorter. The longer the loaf, the longer the wait for my favorite piece of bread. The heel! To be clear, thin heels get too crunchy… Continue reading →
A conversation with Kellogg professor Leigh Thompson on how to avoid the pitfalls of virtual negotiations.
We don’t just listen with our ears.
Performance reviews aren’t just for the workplace.